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Category Archives: silverlight
Introduction In our Silverlight projects we are using the AgDataGrid of DevExpress to visualize data. I wrote some expressions that make it possible to use this data grid with Fluent Silverlight. During the writing of those expressions once again I … Continue reading
Please view the table of content of this series for reference. Introduction A typical Silverlight application (or any application with a GUI) contains elements or controls like command buttons , menu items, text boxes etc. The user of the application … Continue reading
In a series of posts I would like to introduce our Fluent Silverlight framework and discuss the important concepts behind it and describe some implementation details. This post will be updated continuously as I am adding new posts to the … Continue reading
Please view the table of content of this series for reference. In my last post about binding dependency properties of a Silverlight control to a view model I used LINQ expressions to define the binding. I have written in the … Continue reading
Please view the table of content of this series for reference. In my previous posts (here and here) I discussed how one can build a fluent API for the definition of objects. In the context of Fluent Silverlight these objects … Continue reading
This post is the result of a couple of frustrating moments passed yesterday. In our application we use the date picker control of the Silverlight toolkit. Unfortunately this control does not work exactly as we would like to thus I … Continue reading
Please view the table of content of this series for reference. Introduction In my last post I showed how we can implement a fluent API to help us construct instances of specific classes. When using a fluent API the code … Continue reading
Please view the table of content of this series for reference. Introduction Quite some time has passed since we published our Fluent Silverlight framework. In the mean time we have been very busy extending the framework and using it in … Continue reading
Introduction Unfortunately there doesn’t yet exist any decent profiler for Silverlight applications. This fact inspired me to write my own profiler which is able to profile any member of any assembly of our solution and help me track down performance … Continue reading